The character’s bisexual storyline with Hahn and Robbins was praised among critics.Ramirez was nominated for several awards from her portrayal of Torres, including the Image Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series, and the ALMA Award for Outstanding Actress in a Drama Television Series. The two start a relationship and Torres moves into his house.

D., Board Director at Grey Sloan Memorial Hospital, M. Family: Carlos Torres (father), Lucia Torres (mother), Aria Torres (sister) Spouse(s): Arizona Robbins (divorced), George O’Malley (divorced, deceased) Significant other(s): Mark Sloan (deceased), Erica Hahn, Alex Karev, Penelope Blake Children: Sofia Robbin Sloan Torres Religion: Catholicism Calliope Iphegenia “Callie” Torres, M. is a fictional character from the medical drama television series Grey’s Anatomy, which airs on the American Broadcasting Company in the United States.

The character was created by series’ producer Shonda Rhimes, and is portrayed by Sara Ramirez. Eventually becoming an attending orthopedic surgeon, the character was originally contracted to appear on a recurring basis, but received star billing in the third season.

Torres remains unaware of his sexual encounter, becomes increasingly suspicious, and announces her desire to conceive a child.

Shortly thereafter, however, she discovers that O’Malley has been unfaithful, ending their marriage.

Torres struggles with her bisexuality, and cheats on her with Sloan.

She is initially forgiven, but after an argument about work, Hahn resigns from Seattle Grace, ending their relationship.

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Robbins agrees to raise the child with her, but dislikes that Sloan will be a permanent part of their lives.

En route a weekend getaway, Robbins proposes to Torres, soon before the two engage in a head-on collision with a truck, leaving Torres severely injured.

Though her personal life is troubled, Torres thrives professionally when she is appointed as the hospital’s Chief Resident.